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The Student Self-Concept Scale (SSCS) is an assessment designed for use by children with emotional, learning, or other mild disabilities or behavior difficulties. This individually- or group-administered, 72-item self-report can be used for general screening, pre-referral assessment, or assessment of students already classified as mildly disabled. Separate norms are given for elementary and secondary male and female students. The assessment provides ratings of three dimensions (Self-Confidence, Importance, and Outcome Confidence), and in each of these dimensions it measures self-concept in three areas (academic, social, and self-image). Self-Confidence and Importance ratings indicate domains in which students may feel confident, but which they do not consider important to their self-concept. These ratings also reveal if students feel unsure of themselves in certain domains, yet consider these domains important to their self-concepts. The Outcome Confidence rating measures students' perceptions that certain behaviors will result in positive outcomes. A supplemental Lie Scale screens for unrealistic levels of social desirability. Student questionnaires (Level 1 for children in grades 3-6 and Level 2 for children in grades 7-12) come in packs of 25 and are sold separately from the teacher's manual.
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